OrgSync Client Services Update

September 2, 2010

As our campus partners welcome back their students and kick off the fall semester, the OrgSync Client Services team is in full gear traveling all over the country to visit more than 40 campuses for on-site trainings.

This summer, we worked closely with the campus administrators

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and now it’s time to launch OrgSync to the student leaders! Last week, our team visited Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem State University, Grant MacEwan University (Canada), Illinois Mathematics & Science Academy, and Penn State Altoona.

At Winston-Salem State University, OrgSync RockStar Vivian Spencer created OrgSync t-shirts to hand out at trainings. Check out the Student Engagement staff in their t-shirts below (bottom right)!

Wake Forest has re-branded OrgSync as “WakeSync” and there are magnets all over campus with the logo.

This week, we’ll be at Texas Christian University, Ferris State University, East Carolina University, Wichita State University, Washtenaw Community College, and Colorado State University-Pueblo. Our campus partners have been doing an EXCELLENT job marketing OrgSync to their students and getting the buzz going and we love seeing the results of their hard work when we arrive on campus.

We are excited to see what this week’s campuses have in store for us!

  • This is awesome Leanna! Thanks for sharing.

  • Gay Donnell

    So glad I got to visit Fort Worth and see Bricklin train the student leaders at TCU. I really enjoyed seeing the students’ reaction to OrgSync (“This is awesome!”). They really liked the co-curricular transcripts too. Student Orgs Director Jared Cobb gave them some great advice on how OrgSync can help them build membership and drive involvement. Go ‘Frogs!

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